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Quorn Rawlins Grammar School, WW1 Roll of Honour

There are three rolls of honour hanging in Rawlins school. The second oldest of these (photograph below the names), relates purely to WW1 and contains not only the names of those pupils who died, but also the names of all the pupils who served during the Great War.

The wording at the top says:
Thos Rawlins School Quorn
Roll of Honour

To commemorate the services rendered by the old boys and girls of this school in the Great War 1914 1918.

Followed by the names of those pupils who died:
The ten pupils who lived in Quorn are indicated in square brackets.
J E Burnham
M Hy Hickling [Quorn]
Hubert Moore [Quorn]
Daniel Moore [Quorn]
Wm Moore [Quorn]
Frank C White [Quorn]
Charles White [Quorn]
Reg Backhouse [Quorn]
C V Newman
Arthur Benskin [Quorn]
Chas Pritchard
Harold Proudfoot
Bertie Shenton [Quorn]
C Henry Barrs
Charles Frisby
George Wesley
Percy Facer [Quorn]
John Wm Pick
Geo Fdk Lester
John T M Lewis
W E Martin Lewis
John Hy Spence
George Whittle
Walter Barber
J V L Graves

Below are the names of those pupils who served and survived:
F C Andrews
S C Backhouse
S G Baker
A M Ball
Clifton Ball
J E Ball
Henry Barrs
Bertie Bates
E A Beesley
G C Botterill
W Boyer
R G Bowler
R H Bradshaw
Alec Branson
S S Brewin
C B Brown
R H C Brown
G H Brown
R J Brown
W Brown
Frank Bunney
A G Burton
C H Burton
W M Buxton
A A Cart
A Canning
A Douglas Clare
Lewis Cook
Hubert Cook
G V Cordon
C Day
G R Dodson
F R Dormer
Frank Drew
S H Driver
Harry Facer
R Facer
W S Disney
J Shuttlewood
E H Fawcett
J C Fewkes
T Flanders
C E Flanders
J W Flewitt
E R Forward
C W Frisby
Geoff Frisby
C E Gamble
S F Geary
A M Glover
H Glover
L S Green
D G Hack
H T Hack
F Harrington
G H Haynes
W Heap
F Hensman
F Cecil Hickling
A Hicklin
A E Holmes
G Hobson
W Illsley
W S Jackson
A Kirchin
P Ladkin
J H R Laundon
G H Lee
P Lidster
Jack Martin
J A MacVinish
W MacVinish
A H Mee
G W Mee
W E Mee
? Moore
Sidney North
G L T North
L G Sleath
G H Ottey
E W Parkinson
J N D Paulson
K A Paulson
R A Paulson
L B Payne
C A Pepper
H V Peberdy
H Pike
V Pratt
W E Priestley
A Sault
W E Sanders
A F Scott
H S Sharman
R A Shedden
W F Shedden
T W Shenton
G W Sleath
H L Sleath
H M Sleath
R W Smedley
C V Smith
J L Smith
Noel Smith
W Smith
A E Smith
J W Smithard
L F Squire
R W Squire
F Squires
B Storer
A J S Thompson
R C Thompson
P W Tunnicliffe
Ch Turlington
W E Wainwright
W A Webster
W Webster
W P Wisehall
O Wesley
G C White
H Whitwell
T Williams
A L Wykes
C H Wright
Hugh Wright
W P Wright

Womens Army
D Backhouse
Lucy Facer
E A Fewkes
Ellen Frisby
E Dodson
Patricia Lewis
B Moore
W Payne

G E Baum
R W Baum
W M Burton
G W Camm
G Clutsom
F R Draycott
Lauri Facer
F Harriman
G W Hayes
R Hensman
C Hickling
J H Hicklin
H Machin
B James
Percy Moore
T O Morris
S O Needham
G C Richardson
R Sleath
W W Smith

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 Submitted on: 2020-01-01
 Submitted by: Sue Templeman
 Artefact ID: 2261
 Artefact URL: www.quornmuseum.com/display.php?id=2261
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